April 7, 2002
Ganesha in Beer Ad Angers NRIs
April 6, 2002
India to set up IT centre in Ghana
The IT ministry has allotted $2 million for the Kofi Annan Institute of Technology, IT Minister Pramod Mahajan told reporters in New York.
April 5, 2002
Death rap for killer of Indian store clerk
Mark Stroman, 32, after his arrest, had blamed the shooting on rage over the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Queen Mother's body kept in Westminster Hall
Around 250,000 people lined up the streets to watch the Queen Mother's body being taken to the Hall, where it will lie-in-state until Tuesday's funeral.
April 4, 2002
Lankan priest witness to suicide attempt
Reverend Michael Rajendran met with an unidentified man, who then took out a gun and shot himself in the chin.
Chugh Issue: NJ governor's office admits mistake
A spokesman admitted that the January 17 press release mistakenly stated that New York businessman 'Roger' Rajesh Chugh was appointed the assistant secretary of state.
April 3, 2002
Dallas man convicted of hate crime against Indian American
Mark Anthony Stroman had shot dead Vasudev Patel, 49, at his petrol station in Dallas shortly after the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington.
Keep Pandits' concerns in mind: Pallone to Vajpayee
The US congressman said that the Islamic militants were promoting an agenda of ethnic cleansing and their goal was to eliminate non-Muslims from Kashmir.
Kohinoor to accompany Queen Mother on her last journey
The Queen Mother's Kohinoor-embedded crown will be placed on her coffin as a tribute to the departed soul.
April 2, 2002
Indian carrying 8 knives held at US airport
The discovery of the weapons prompted the evacuation of the concourse and about 1,000 passengers on Sunday at Louis Armstrong International Airport.
April 1, 2002
Osama tried to kill me: Clinton tells Newsweek
'He was training people to kill me, which is fair enough -- I was trying to get him,' he told the magazine in an interview.
Roger Chugh controversy: NJ governor seeks fax details
Jim McGreevey's office called rediff.com, requesting a copy of the fax statement, which indicated that Roger Chugh had been named to the 'constitutionally mandated office' of NJ's Assistant Secretary of State.